Thule Snowpack Extender

Thule Snowpack Extender
Thule Snowpack Extender
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Snowpack Extender by Thule
The Thule Snowpack Extender lets you haul enough skis and boards for a proper party shred. This extendable roof rack fits up to six pairs of skis or four snowboards, holding them securely on your car with soft rubber arms that won't scratch your sticks. The oversized buttons are easy to operate with gloves on so you don't have to expose your fingers to the brutal winter chill and the One-Key system locks the skis to the rack and the rack to the car.

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SKU: THU005U
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